St. Al's new principal, Matt Eisenhauer
Say hello to St. Al's new principal
From St. Alphonsus Parish School
When the bell rang for the start of the school year at St. Alphonsus Parish School, a new face welcomed students, teachers and parents. Mr. Matt Eisenhauer is the new principal of St. Al’s, and the transition has generated a positive vibe all across campus that St. Al’s will not only continue to thrive as a quality Catholic school, but will strive to be innovative and unique in its approach to educating the whole student.
“This is an exhilarating time for the St. Alphonsus Parish School Community,” says Father Shane McKee, pastor of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church. “The addition of Mr. Eisenhauer fills me with hope and pride in our bright future together.”
Mr. Eisenhauer comes to St. Al’s from his former position as Vice Principal of Eastlake Catholic High School, and has been in the education field as an administrator and teacher for more than 25 years.
“I’m excited to be here. I am looking forward to rolling up my sleeves and working closely with this faculty, this community of parents, and this parish to make St. Alphonsus the premier Catholic school in Seattle,” says Mr. Eisenhauer. “This really is a dream job.”
St. Alphonsus Parish School is an accredited Catholic School welcoming students of all backgrounds in its preschool through eighth grades. Founded in 1907 and located in the heart of Ballard, St. Al’s serves families from various Seattle neighborhoods, providing quality education in a caring, diverse and faith-filled environment.
For more information about St. Alphonsus Parish School, please visit www.stalseattle.org.
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